The Hope Probe is scheduled to launch on July 17 at 12:43 am UAE time from Tanegashima Space Center in Japan.
OSN has announced new content to celebrate the countdown to the UAE Hope Mars Mission with a lineup of TV series, documentaries and movies set on Mars.
The Hope Probe is scheduled to launch on July 17 at 12:43 am UAE time from Tanegashima Space Center in Japan. The Emirates Mars Mission, an important milestone for the United Arab Emirates, will be live-streamed on www.emm.ae/live.
OSN’s content now includes the science fiction survival film The Martian and the documentary Apollo 11 to the mini-series, From Earth to the Moon’, any viewer will be glued to their screen.
Apollo 11 will premiere on OSN Movies First tonight at 20:25 UAE time and OSN streaming app. Featuring never-before-seen footage in its highest resolution, Apollo 11 takes us straight to the heart of NASA’s most celebrated mission that first put men on the Moon.
The Martian will also be premiering on OSN Movies First right after Apollo 11. The film offers a faithful adaptation of the best-selling book that brings out the best in actor Matt Damon and director Ridley Scott. The movie will be also made available on the OSN streaming app.
On OSN streaming app, a four-part miniseries The Apollo Chronicles will be streamed. Featuring rare archival footage and audio, this series showcases one of the greatest accomplishments of the 20th Century. The Apollo Chronicles tells this story as it has never been told before. Participants, family members, historians, and other experts paint a rich portrait of a story that will have the audience immersed from start to finish.
From Earth to the Moon, from executive producer Tom Hanks, is a 12-part mini-series explores the origins and milestones of the Apollo lunar landing programme, its history-defining mission, as well as those whose lives and careers were affected by NASA’s journey into space.
Viewers can also watch Fight for Space on the OSN streaming app. Filmed over the course of four years, Fight for Space is the product of thousands of Kickstarter supporters who believed that the exploration of space is worth fighting for. Over 60 interviews were conducted with astronauts, politicians, educators, historians, scientists, former NASA officials, commercial space entrepreneurs, and many other experts in the space community. It is a film featuring newly restored 35mm and 16mm footage from the National Archives NASA collection.
Apollo’s New Moon documentary will offer a peek into NASA film footage enhanced by AI-based software and other image processing.
Further, The Day We Walked on the Moon will also be available on the OSN streaming app. On July 16, 1969, hundreds of thousands of spectators and an army of reporters gathered at Cape Kennedy to witness one of the great spectacles of the century: the launch of Apollo 11.